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Italian luxury car manufacturer, Maserati, revealed a gorgeous paper art installation of its iconic model — Ghibli. This event was organised exclusively for art connoisseurs, automobile experts, and exclusive Maserati owners.
Moreover, people were fascinated by an exciting auto display of the latest Ghibli by Maserati around Lodha's World Tower Art Gallery.
Bojan Jankulovski, Head of Operations, Maserati India stated, "Everything that Maserati builds is ‘The Absolute Opposite of Ordinary'. While some automobiles are inspired by basic geometry, Maserati boasts of a rich design heritage that dates back a century, which in itself has been an inspiration for design evolution in the industry. The Ghibli paper art installation that we have unveiled today is a testimony to that".
The life-size paper art installation was put together by Cocktail Art Co. It took about 45 days of hard work in making this extraordinary piece of art. Every minute element of the original 1967 Ghibli was captured by the designers.
Sukhbir Bagga, the Managing Director of Group Petal, during the occation, said, "We are proud to present this paper art installation of the first Maserati Ghibli, the mark "I", that was launched in 1967 as a two-door, two-seater grand tourer with a V8 engine.
The name "Ghibli" originates from hot and dry, dust-bearing desert wind descending from the interior highlands of Libya toward the Mediterranean Sea.
The Maserati Ghibli is a four-door sports executive sedan and the first E-segment model by the Italian luxury brand. The car appeals to the heart, head, and soul, making the dream of owning a Maserati more accessible.